Systemic enzymes

Systemic enzymes help to build and maintain overall health. These enzymes may be taken to address specific issues, but just as often are used to promote prevention and provide general body support. Supported processes include the breakdown of excess mucus, fibrin, many toxins, allergens, and clotting factors.

Many people use systemic enzymes as an alternative to NSAIDS, or non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs, since enzymes also can be helpful in the temporary reduction of inflammation. Unlike NSAIDS, systemic enzymes are able to pinpoint only the harmful circulating immune complexes (CICs) without suppressing the CICs that is beneficial.

Systemic enzymes have also been found helpful for:

  • Fibrosis conditions caused by the hard, sticky protein called fibrin
  • Reduction of scar tissue, also made up of fibrin
  • Cleaning the blood of cellular waste and toxins, also improving liver function
  • Improving immune system response by improving white blood cell efficiency
  • Managing the overgrowth of yeast, putting less stress on your liver

Taken in combination with a healthy diet, supplements of digestive and systemic enzymes can help your body fight the effects of aging and improve your overall health. Since they can help us absorb more vital nutrients from the foods we need, they can help a healthy body perform even better.

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